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After a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic, Lock Haven faculty once again led a short-term service-learning program to Harmons, Jamaica, and for the first time, were joined by Bloomsburg students.This program has been offered through Lock Haven since 2015, where students learn and serve in the rural mountainous village of Harmons in south central Jamaica.
During the fall 2022 semester, Lock Haven University community and public health education majors, Meghan Malloy, of Seaford, New York, and Jessica McCarthy, of Wellsboro, spent a weekend learning how to engage policy makers in public health dialogue and experiences at the National Health Education Advocacy Summit in Washington, D.C.
Nagely Anderson is a health sciences: pre-physician assistant major from Scranton and of Dominican descent. In addition, she’s the secretary of the Student Organization of Latinos and vice president of the Students Initiative to Ease Struggle.
Bloomsburg University enters into agreements with Fairleigh Dickinson and Temple University pharmacy schools
The agreements will allow qualified students to earn both an undergraduate degree and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree in seven years, saving a full year of time and costs.
Bloomsburg University enters into admissions agreement with Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Pharmacy
BU and the Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences have entered into an agreement to allow qualified students to earn both an undergraduate degree and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree in seven years, saving a full year of time and costs.
Bloomsburg University and the Temple University School of Pharmacy have entered into an agreement to guarantee admission for up to six qualified students per year to the PharmD program at Temple.
The internship program not only offers Geisinger the chance to see which students may be a good fit for the program, but it allows Huskies to have an edge when it comes time to move from student to professional. For Ken Roszel '81/'94M, it is a win-win. Not only does he get to guide students as their supervisor, but he also gets to stay in close contact with his alma mater and assist other Huskies in their first career move
As a student at Benton High School, Kyle Maustellar was filled was doubt. In the back of his mind, he wanted to pursue a career in medicine but was he “good enough” to be able to handle the workload...